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The Importance of Academic Referencing

By Dru Macasieb Academic referencing is giving attribution (credit) to the sources of information one has used in written work, typically in an academic environment such as a college or university (“Referencing Styles & Academic Writing,” 2018). When someone does not adequately reference ideas that are from outside sources, this is called plagiarism, a form …

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Appeals Process & Mitigating Circumstances

By Dru Macasieb Originally written: June 14, 2019 Hello Everyone, Below is the appeals process for CCSD. This blog post also outlines what constitutes a mitigating circumstance. As a reminder, this is not an official guideline from the college, as current changes may not be reflected. Rather this is a resource that you may use …

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Professional Development (San Diego)

Professional Development 2018 California College San Diego presents the 2018 professional development workshops that are designed to provide you with skills and tools necessary to be a successful professional upon graduating from CCSD.  The faculty and staff at California College San Diego encourage continued personal and social growth, and these workshops will aid in your …

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How to Check Your Schedule

There are a number of ways to check your schedule .The most sure way to check your schedule is read your syllabus. If still unsure, email your instructor. Below is a handy slide show that shows you serveral ways to check your schedule. [slideshare id=92018727&doc=whatsmyschedule-180327051835]  

Consequences of Failing a Class

By Dru Macasieb Originally Written: December 16th, 2016 All students, including VA students, must progress satisfactorily toward meeting graduation requirements. Academic progress is measured in two ways: (a) grade point average, and (b) course completion. The academic progress of each student will be reviewed at the end of every term. A student is considered to …

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